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17.10 Granting Privileges on Styles

Style privileges are available at the global level and for page groups, pages, and tabs. Table 17-3 lists and describes the privileges relating to styles at each of these privilege levels.

Note:

Granting a privilege at the global level is discussed in Section 17.3, "Granting Global Privileges". Granting a privilege at the page group level is discussed in Section 17.4, "Securing Page Groups". Granting a privilege at the page level is discussed in Section 17.5, "Securing Pages". Granting a privilege at the tab level is discussed in Section 17.6, "Securing Tabs".

Table 17-3 Privileges Relating to Styles

Privilege Description

The global privilege Manage All on the object type All Page Groups

Perform any task on any page group. This privilege supersedes any other privilege in the other page group global privileges. For example, this also allows managing of any style. Such users can take any action on any style in the portal.

This user is the manager for all page groups.

The global privilege Manage Styles on the object type All Page Groups

Create, edit, and delete any style in any page group.

Such users can take any action on any style in the portal. Note, however, that this privilege does not include the power to apply a style.

The global privilege Create on the object type All Page Groups

Create page groups, and create any page group object in those page groups. Users and groups with this privilege can also edit and delete the page groups and page group objects they create. They cannot create objects in page groups they did not create.

Such users can take any action on any style in the page groups that they create.

The global privilege Manage Style on the object type All Pages

Apply an available or new style to any page in any page group. Create, edit, and delete new styles. Allows editing of only those styles created by the user; one user cannot modify or delete another user's styles.

The global privilege Personalize Portlets (Full) on the object type All Pages

Personalize any page in any page group to add, show, hide, delete, move, or rearrange portlets. Personalize any page to show, hide, delete, or rearrange tabs, or add tabs to existing tabbed regions. Personalize any page in any page group to use a different style.

Such users can change the style for their view of any page in any page group.

The global privilege Personalize Portlets (Add-only) on the object type All Pages

Personalize any page in any page group to add portlets or add tabs to existing tabbed regions. Users and groups with this privilege can also delete the portlets they add. Personalize any page in any page group to use a different style.

Such users can change the style for their view of any page in any page group.

The global privilege Personalize Portlets (Hide-Show) on the object type All Pages

Personalize any page in any page group to show or hide portlets or tabs. Personalize any page in any page group to use a different style. Arrange portlets in any page in any page group.

Such users can change the style for their view of any page in any page group.

The global privilege Personalize (Style) on the object type All Pages

Personalize any style in any page group.

Such users can change the style for their view of any page in any page group.

The global privilege Manage on the object type All Styles

Create, edit, and delete any style in any page group.

For users with this privilege to change the style of a page, the option Allow Privileged Users To Manage Page Style must also be selected for the page group. For users of this privilege to personalize their view with a different page style, the page group option Allow Privileged Users To Personalize Page Style must be enabled for the page group that contains the relevant page. These options are available on the Main tab of page group properties.

The global privilege View on the object type All Styles

View any style in any page group.

The global privilege Publish on the object type All Styles

Make any style in any page group public for other users to use.

The global privilege Create on the object type All Styles

Create styles in any page group. Users and groups with this privilege can also edit and delete the styles they create.

Users must have additional privileges on specific page groups, pages, or tabs to apply the styles they create.

The global privilege Edit on the object type All Group Privileges (profiles)

Edit any group portal profile (setting the default style, default home page, and default mobile home page).

The page group privilege Manage All

Users with this privilege can perform any task within the page group. The Manage All privilege includes all other page group privileges: Manage Classifications, Manage Templates, Manage Styles, and View.

A user with this privilege is called the page group administrator.

The page group privilege Manage Styles

Users with this privilege can create, edit, and delete any style in the page group, and can change the style applied to any page in the page group. A user with this privilege can also view any page in the page group.

The page and tab privilege Manage

For users with this privilege to change the style of a page, the option Allow Privileged Users To Manage Page Style must be selected for the page group. This allows users to apply a different style when editing the page. If this option is not selected at the page group level, only users with the page group privilege Manage All can apply a different style to the page. This option is available on the Main tab of page group properties.

There is a second option for controlling styles at the page group level called Allow Privileged Users To Personalize Page Style. When this option is selected, users with at least the page privilege Personalize (Style) can apply a different style when personalizing the page. This option is available on the Main tab of page group properties.

If a page is based on a template, users with this privilege may not be able to control the access and style of the page. There are two options at the template level, Enable Pages To Have Different Access and Enable Pages To Use Different Style, that control whether page designers can specify different access and style settings for the page. These options must be selected; otherwise, the page access and style settings cannot be changed by users with this privilege.

The page and tab privilege Manage Style

Users with this privilege can change the style and region properties of the page.

For users with this privilege to change the style of a page, the option Allow Privileged Users To Manage Page Style must also be selected for the page group. This option is available on the Main tab of page group properties.

If a page is based on a template, users with this privilege may not be able to control the style of the page. The template-level option Enable Pages To Use Different Style controls whether page designers can specify different style settings for the page. This option must be selected; otherwise, the page's style settings cannot be changed by users with this privilege.

This privilege is not available for mobile pages.

The page and tab privilege Personalize Portlets (Full)

Users with this privilege can alter their view of the page by changing the style of the page, adding portlets to the page, and deleting, moving, hiding, or showing any portlet on the page.

For users with this privilege to change the style of a page, the option Allow Privileged Users To Personalize Page Style must be selected for the page group. This option is available on the Main tab of page group properties.

These changes are visible only to the user who made them. For example, if a user with this privilege deletes a portlet from a page, other users still see that portlet on their version of the page. Likewise, if a user with this privilege adds a portlet to a page, only that user sees the portlet; other users do not.

The page and tab privilege Personalize Portlets (Add-Only)

Users with this privilege can alter their view of the page by changing the style of the page, adding portlets to the page, and deleting, hiding, or showing the portlets that they add.

For users with this privilege to change the style of a page, the option Allow Privileged Users To Personalize Page Style must also be selected for the page group. This option is available on the Main tab of page group properties.

These changes are visible only to the user who made them. For example, if a user with this privilege adds a portlet to a page, only that user sees the portlet; other users do not.

The page or tab privilege Personalize Portlets (Hide-Show)

Users with this privilege can alter their view of the page by changing the style, and hiding, showing, or rearranging any portlet on the page.

For users with this privilege to change the style of a page, the option Allow Privileged Users To Personalize Page Style must also be selected for the page group. This option is available on the Main tab of page group properties.

These changes are visible only to the user who made them. For example, if a user with this privilege hides a portlet on a page, that portlet is hidden only for that user; other users still see the portlet.

The page or tab privilege Personalize (Style)

Users with this privilege can apply a different style to their view of the page.

For users with this privilege to change the style applied to their view of a page, the option Allow Privileged Users To Personalize Page Style must also be selected for the page group. This option is available on the Main tab of page group properties.

These changes are visible only to the user who made them. For example, if a user with this privilege personalizes a page by applying a different style, other users do not see this change.

If a page is based on a template, users with this privilege may not be able to control the style of the page. The template level option, Enable Pages To Use Different Style, controls whether page designers can specify different style settings for the page. The option to enable pages to use a different style must be selected, otherwise, the page's style settings cannot be changed by users with this privilege.

This privilege is not available for mobile pages.